The CCIB seminar series offers interesting presentations related to research in computational and integrative biology. The presentations reflect the types of collaborative research being done at the center and provide an opportunity to come together as a community for informal discussions and conversation.
Unless noted, all seminars take place during the free period (12:20pm – 1:20pm) in the Science Building Lecture Hall.
Coffee and snacks are provided.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Mr. Vincent Smeraglia
Executive Director, Strategic Alliances
Office of Translational Sciences
TITLE: What is Translational Sciences?
ABSTRACT: Rutgers Translational Sciences (RTS) is designed to assist biomedical research faculty create and build interdisciplinary collaborations. RTS connects intellectual property, marketing and contracts capabilities to build strategic alliances with the private sector. By providing access to facilities and expertise in molecular design and synthesis, nonclinical imaging, histopathology and toxicology, drug discovery screening, structural biology and related technologies, RTS is committed to meeting the needs of university and industry collaborators.
Spring 2015 Seminar Speakers
- 03/10 Dr. Curt Brenerman, Professor and Department Head, department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
- 03/17 No Seminar – Spring Recess
- 03/24 Sruthi Murlidaran, CCIB PhD Student
- 03/31 Nastassia Pouradier Duteil, CCIB PhD Student
- 04/07 Marlene Kim, CCIB PhD Student
- 04/14 open –SUBJECT TO CHANGE
- 04/21 open –SUBJECT TO CHANGE
- 04/28 Dr. Lan Yang, Professor, The Preston M. Green Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis
Visit http://ccib.camden.rutgers.edu/seminars/past-seminars/ for a list of all past CCIB seminars.